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All the Things We Dreamt of for So Long (Vsyo to, o chyom my tak dolgo mechtali)
All the Things We Dreamt of for So Long (Vsyo to, o chyom my tak dolgo mechtali) is a Russian 1997 action movie directed by Rudolf Fruntov. Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin), a martial artist, is lured by his old buddy into drug transporting to Germany but there he is arrested and imprisoned. In prison the local crime boss notices Nikolay's fighting skills and makes him to participate in illegal fightings. Nikolay manages to escape with the help of Russian prostitute Natalya. They both run away from police and criminals and hide in a village on sea coast where Nikolay start working on a fishing boat. But his past goes after him.
The following weapons were used in the film All the Things We Dreamt of for So Long (Vsyo to, o chyom my tak dolgo mechtali):
The boss of Russian gangsters (Aleksandr Peskov) carries an M1911A1 in the climactic scene. Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) disarms him and uses his pistol.
When Nikolay is arrested in Germany, several policemen carry pistols that appear to be Glocks, most lilely Glock 17s. This scene was filmed in Germany where real Glocks were avialable for filming (the same for MP5s, see below).
What appears to be a TT-33 is seen in hands of a guard on the illegal fighting.
A Russian gangster holds a revolver in one scene. It appears to be a blank firing Reck Agent, fairly often seen in Russian 1990s movies.
A Russian gangster holds a Makarov PM in one scene.
Sa 25 SMGs are used by two gangsters in the climactic scene on the board of the fishing boat. Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) captures one SMG and uses it against gangsters.
Heckler & Kock MP5A3
In the scene of the arrest of Nikolay one of German policemen carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
Double Barreled Shotgun
A double barreled side by side shotgun is seen in Polina's house. Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) uses it for target shooting. It is supposed to be one of Izhmekh models, like IZh-43 (in modern days known under Baikal trade mark).
Over and Under Shotgun
A double barreled over and under shotgun is seen in Polina's house. A TOZ-34 seems to be a good guees.
In the opening scene Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) is seen as a soldier of Russian Army. He and other soldiers carry AK-74 assault rifles during the battle in Chechnya.
In a flashback scene Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) and Lyokha (Sergei Ugarov) are seen with AKM assault rifles during their army service.
When Nikolay (Nikolay Dobrynin) escapes from the illegal fighting, he disarms a guard and uses his AKMS. During the shootout on board of the fishing boat one of the gangsters (Sergey Galkin) is armed with one as well. Nikolay then takes this gun and uses it in the final scene.
When Nikolay escapes from the illegal fighting, one of the guards fires an AKS-74U after him.
A KPVT is mounted on BTR-80 APC in the opening scene.
F-1 Hand Grenade
When Nikolay escapes from the illegal fighting, one of the guards throws an F-1 hand grenade but Nikolay manages to throw it back.
In the final scene one of the Russian gangsters carries an RPG-26 launcher.